If the Shy Girl Can Do it, What’s Stopping You?

shy girl

When I was eight years old, my parents took me to a psychiatrist. “We’re worried about our daughter. She’s too quiet. We think there’s something wrong with her.” When the doctor finished examining me, he came out to talk with my parents. “There is nothing wrong with your daughter. She’s just shy.” And from that moment on, I was labeled ‘the quiet shy one’.

 

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The Power Of Creating a Vision for Love

women's networking eventsOn Monday night, I went to a “Come as You’ll Be” party. My good friend and coaching colleague, Jane Pollak, runs fabulous networking events, connecting successful entrepreneurial women, and challenging us to think bigger and be more connected to our higher mission in our lifestyle careers. I came dressed as an über successful dating coach in the year 2017, on my world tour for my new book, Eyes Wide Open…Legs Firmly Shut: A woman’s guide to dating smarter the second time around. Five years from now, I am a New York Times bestselling author, married to the man of my dreams (by following my own dating method, of course). Cool, huh? There is great power in creating a vision for love and acting as if you’re already there…

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The ‘Dating Dip’: How to Stay Positive After a String of Bad Dates

The default setting for dating is failure. You are going to fail in relationships over and over and over until you meet the right one. Sounds like I’m a Debbie Downer? If you have read my blogs and know who I am, you know I’m one of the most positive, upbeat people you’ll meet. And that’s the focus of this blog. How do you stay positive when dates are a flop?

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Love & Work: start with a clear vision for success

I am always working on several things at once. Call me a multi-tasker, I take all my roles seriously; a mom to two kids still at home and one married daughter, owner of my growing business as a dating coach, artist and art teacher, tutor, dater, daughter, sister and friend. I used to worry that people would judge me as jack of all trades, master of none. ‘They’ (whoever they are) might think that I am doing too much, thereby not doing anything well. But I have stopped worrying about what others think. Instead, I ask myself, “Am I doing too much? Do I need to focus my attention in one place over another?” And I shift my attention to the area that calls to me.

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